1.2. In the context of an audiovisual production mentioned in Schedule I, a natural person who, whether covered by section 1.1 or not, exercises on his own account one of the following occupations, or an occupation judged analogous by the Tribunal, and offers his services for remuneration is considered to be an artist:
(1) an occupation relating to the design, planning, setting up, making or applying of costumes, hairstyles, prostheses, make-up, puppets, scenery, sets, lighting, images, sound, photography, visual or sound effects, special effects, or any occupation relating to recording;
(2) an occupation relating to sound or picture editing and continuity;
(3) the occupations of script supervisor or location scout manager, and occupations relating to the management or logistics of an efficient and safe shoot, whether indoors or outdoors, including the transport and handling of equipment and accessories;
(4) the occupations of trainee, team leader and assistant in relation to persons exercising occupations referred to in this section or section 1.1.